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Should You Keep the House During Divorce?
Should you keep the house during divorce? Well, it’s not just about the house, is it? There is no way you’re letting go of the car, the jewelry, the investments, your pension, your hard-earned income, or the Baccarat crystal goblets either. And you’re pretty adamant your divorce attorney will agree.
Unfortunately, the law and recent statistics are not in synch with you. According to financial studies, divorcing individuals need a more than 30 percent increase in income just to maintain the standard of living they had before the divorce. Divorce is like that. It’s really about loss and opportunity. But the fact is the loss is harder on women ....
Axe the Anger After Divorce in 4 Steps
Step 1: Buy Crazy Glue. For many of us, all joking aside, contending with the feelings, and in particular, anger after divorce is an ongoing miserable reality. Divorce and its legions of emotions disrupt everything you know and (used to?) hold sacred in your world. No, your marriage was never supposed to end up this way! Yes, you have every right to be angry about it. But you really don’t want to be that bitter, angry person forever. That woman is not really you.
WHOA! SAS Survey, How Much Is Current Political Climate Impacting Divorce for Women?
January, February and March are known as “divorce months” in the divorce industry, with the theory being that many couples bury their marital conflict during the holidays and file for divorce in the new year. With the start of 2017 feeling particularly divisive due to the new White House administration, SAS for Women conducted a survey to determine if this year’s divorce season is impacted.
Read the survey results and COMMENTS here:
Life After Divorce? It's Going to Be Better Than You Imagined!
Saying goodbye to a marriage is tough. When you get a divorce your entire life changes. From finances, to parenting, to even loneliness, there are a lot of hurdles to get over, but in the end, remember this: you are getting a divorce for a reason, and life moving forward, your life after divorce, is going to be better than you imagined it could be.
In order to move forward and enjoy your new life as a single woman, it is important to remember why you and your spouse are separating in the first place. Now, we are not talking about dwelling on all the bad stuff and getting stuck in the past, but giving yourself permission to look forward to your future without your mate.
Read on... http://sasforwomen.com/life-after-divorce-better/